3.5 "NASA On Air" : A New Resource For Stories About The Sun, Earth and Space That Can Be Shared With Your Viewers and Social Media Fans

Thursday, 11 June 2015: 9:30 AM
304 (Raleigh Convention Center)
Kayvon Sharghi, USRA, Greenbelt, MD; and A. Keck and J. Witte
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"NASA On Air" is a new, free resource for broadcast meteorologists who want to share with their viewers and social media fans great visual stories from NASA about Earth, the solar system and beyond. NASA On Air provides short, produced video voice-over stories that can be downloaded from our website and inserted into your newscast. Each story features stunning images from space along with captivating data visualizations and animations produced by a team of writers, scientists, producers and artists at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. What's new is that we've expanded our coverage to include stories beyond Earth, so you can now keep your audience up to date about the latest findings from Mars, changes taking place on the sun, and astronomical events that will be visible in the night sky. We've also launched social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter to engage with you online, share your posts, and help you build your social media fan base.
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